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"In Arizona, every 44 minutes one or more children are witnesses to domestic violence. These children can come to view domestic violence as normal and are at a higher risk to become the next generation of abusers and victims." (Source: Maricopa County Attorney's Office). 

 

It is our mission at DOVES Network to assist underrepresented youth that’s been exposed to a form of domestic violence, known as Childhood Domestic Violence (CDV), to daily overcome violence and embrace safety through intervention, prevention, and empowerment.

 

Our vision is to become a national network partnered with academic, faith, corporate, and direct service providers to provide trauma-informed restorative healing solutions to uproot the trauma of domestic violence.

If you are in crisis and are in need of immediate assistance,

please call 911 or the National Domestic Violence Hotline 1-800-799-SAFE (7233)

October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month 2021​

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You are not what has happened to you...

Healing and wholeness is possible.

Corporate Partners

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Your donations directly fund outreach initiatives, program development for children of domestic violence that fosters creativity and healing, while also equipping the parent survivors of Domestic Violence with the tools to overcome violence. 

Sponsors

Impact Testimonials

"THANK YOU FOR THINKING OF US AND MAKING OUR WORLD A BIT BRIGHTER. THANK YOU FOR REMEMBERING THE MANY WOMEN, CHILDREN, AND MEN THAT AGAINST ABUSE, INC. SERVES"

PATRICIA GRIFFEN / EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR / AGAINST ABUSE, INC.

"YOUR DONATION OF TOYS ALLOWS THE MARICOPA FAMILY ADVOCACY CENTER AND VICTIM SERVICES ACROSS PINAL COUNTY TO CONTINUE SERVING FAMILIES AND CHILDREN IN CRISIS. WE APPRECIATE YOUR THOUGHTFULNESS AND GENEROSITY IN HELPING US TO CONTINUE TO MEET THE NEEDS FOR VICTIMS OF CRIME IN THE MARICOPA COMMUNITY. THANK YOU FOR YOUR SUPPORT IN HELPING MAKE MARICOPA A GREAT CITY TO LIVE, WORK, AND PLAY IN."

JAMES HUGHES / CHIEF OF POLICE / CITY OF MARICOPA

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